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CxEnergy 2016: Conference's Destination Is Dallas in 2016


Washington, D.C. — Sept. 23, 2015 — CxEnergy, the only conference and expo dedicated exclusively to building commissioning and energy management, is moving to Dallas, Texas, in 2016 and attendees, exhibitors and supporting organizations are already signing up. CxEnergy 2016 is being held April 11-13 at the Hilton Anatole, one of the city’s finest luxury hotels and conference centers. Nearly 20 repeat sponsors and exhibitors have already registered to participate at CxEnergy.

The expo hall showcases a wide variety of companies providing leading-edge commissioning and energy management products and services. Exhibitors’ products include controls, instruments, and metering devices as well as consultative services in engineering and enterprise energy management. The CxEnergy Exhibitor Prospectus is available here

Event information and the latest updates are available at www.CxEnergy.com. With a record attendance and sold-out exposition hall, CxEnergy 2015 was a huge success. 

CxEnergy’s technical program will cover key topic areas including Building Envelope/Enclosure Commissioning, Technology & Innovation, Energy Management, Commissioning Specialty Systems, Policy & Financial Issues, and more. The program features many of the best-known names in commissioning, energy management and engineering. Experts from Siemens, Schneider Electric, Jacobs Engineering, and Kaiser Compressor are among the confirmed speakers. AIA Continuing Education Credits will be available for technical sessions.

CxEnergy offers pre- and post-conference certification workshops and seminars for Certified Commissioning Authority (CxA) and Energy Management Professional. The event also features several networking events that connect commissioning and energy management personnel, engineers, building owners, and facility managers with manufacturers and energy services providers. 

CxEnergy is presented by the AABC Commissioning Group (ACG), Associated Air Balance Council (AABC), and Energy Management Association (EMA). Supporting organizations include The Continental Automated Buildings Association, The Business Council for Sustainable Energy, and The Institute for Market Transformation.


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